Drew doesn’t like everyone messing with the name October, like “Fogtober” and “Rocktober”, until we remind him of “Hawktober”, Octobro, and Shade’s Man-in-the-Box-Tober. It’s Friday and DJ Tony Schwartz has a Bull Yah! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a 67-year-old woman with a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu beats up an intruder, a pizza place offers “kind words” from the delivery guy for an extra fee, a woman claims the pandemic has been hard on cats because people are home too much, a man tries to break into a TV station with a hammer, it takes several people to stop a woman “self-serving” at a 7-11, and a mom warns parents about toddlers playing with iPhones with PayPal after an exotic tortoise arrives. On Stream It or Skip It Drew recommends “Interview with the Vampire” on Hulu, “Hocus Pocus” on Disney+ “Halloween Town” on Netflix and “Good Girls Revolt” on Amazon. In the Fitz Files, Brad and Angelina’s custody trial starts Monday, Kacey Musgraves is on an episode of “Scooby Doo”, Jon Pardi has a Variety Show, and the 10-year-old girl that Dave Grohl has been drum-battling has written an epic song. P1’s Have Talent includes Marge from Everett who sings Bert and Ernie’s “I’d Like to Visit the Moon”, Derek from Edmonds with a Rap about MC Hammer he wrote when he was 7, and Bonnie from Bothell who plays an amazing hand flute! Does your car have a nickname? After we tell ours, we hear yours, like Jeanie from Oak Harbor whose car is “Huey” after her insurance adjuster and Kaylen from JBLM who calls his Dodge Ram “Betty White”. Believe It or Not includes Trish in Duvall whose mom met Ted Bundy and Cooper from Shelton who was an Uber driver who had a man die in his car. Ryder’s Spooky Movie Marathon continues with “Beetlejuice.” The Weekend Party Preview includes corn mazes and pumpkin patches, the Georgetown Morgue, the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery, and a free drive-in movie in Federal Way.